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Yeast adds new amino acids to its proteins. Aug 16, 2003 433
Zinc links may inspire new materials. (Worm's Jaws Show Mettle). Aug 2, 2003 442
Nanotubes central to new rotating device. (Miniature Motor). Jul 26, 2003 406
Polymers on silicon chip catch, release proteins. (Tiny Labs). Jul 19, 2003 465
Novel structural model heals with heat. (Easy Repair). Jun 28, 2003 414
Images of tiny ion may help battery designers. (Lithium Sees the Light). Jun 21, 2003 408
Nanotubes make tough threads. (Super Fibers). Jun 14, 2003 519
Applied electrons make molecules vibrate and move. (Multiple Motions). May 31, 2003 421
Sensor changes color for toxic metal. (Detecting Lead). May 24, 2003 443
Diamond in the rough. Brief Article May 17, 2003 123
Detergents may benefit from new insight. (Nanofluid Flow). May 10, 2003 408
Superlong nanotubes can form a grid. (Nanoscale Networks). May 3, 2003 443
New material responds to growing tissue. (Bone Fix). Apr 26, 2003 378
Researchers predict, then produce superior titanium alloys. (Invent by Number). Apr 19, 2003 462
Liberty's smooth move. Brief Article Apr 12, 2003 135
Prototype chills fast and electrifies, too. (A New Cool). Apr 5, 2003 409
Layers break apart in controlled way. (Making Polymers That Self-Destruct). Mar 8, 2003 380
Materials repel water with simplicity, style. (Waterproof Coats). Mar 1, 2003 491
Nanothread mesh could lead to novel bandages. (Natural Healing). Feb 15, 2003 445
Gel helps animals detect thermal fluctuations. (Shark sense). Feb 1, 2003 384
Unnatural biochemistry: bacteria make and use an alien amino acid. Jan 25, 2003 400
Material repels water on command. (Quick-Change Surface). Jan 18, 2003 363
Jet Streams)Droplet behavior captured by high-speed camera. (Losing Rhythm). Jan 11, 2003 365
Nanotubes toughen up ceramics. (Fracture Protection). Jan 4, 2003 408
Scientists design nanoparticle films. (Gold Deposits). Dec 21, 2002 397
Nanotube ID: new signatures aid nanotech progress. Dec 7, 2002 424
It takes much stuff to make one tiny chip. (Hidden Costs). Nov 16, 2002 334
Strategy controls minuscule motor. (Nanotech Switch). Nov 9, 2002 466
Technique yields hard but stretchy materials. (Metal Manipulation). Nov 2, 2002 418
Laureates' techniques enable researchers to probe large biomolecules. (Nobel Chemistry). Oct 19, 2002 485
Collectors snap up pricey historical materials. (Physics for Sale). Oct 12, 2002 433
New artificial sieve traps molecules. (Molecular Separations). Oct 5, 2002 395
New material charges up lithium-ion battery work. (Bigger, cheaper, safer batteries). Sep 28, 2002 406
Chemists test laser cleanup of paintings. (The Dirt on Art). Brief Article Sep 21, 2002 401
Two-toned euro coins shed metallic allergen. (Money Allergies). Sep 14, 2002 485
Instrument can sniff out vinegar in sealed wine. (Wine Tasting). Sep 7, 2002 372
Lens coating may keep contacts in eye longer. (Germ Fighter). Brief Article Aug 31, 2002 398
Silkworms coerced to make better silk. (Spinning Fine Threads). Brief Article Aug 17, 2002 397
New technique produces artificial receptors. (Mimicking the Best of Nature's Binders). Brief Article Jul 27, 2002 452
Chemistry pushes back first use of the drink. (The Original Cocoa Treat). Brief Article Jul 20, 2002 355
Healing wounds: interactive dressing speeds the process. (Science News This Week). Brief Article Jul 13, 2002 414
Carbon nanotubes could shrink machines. (X Rays to Go). Brief Article Jul 6, 2002 436
Theory of hydroxide's motion overturned. (Ions on the Move). Brief Article Jun 29, 2002 404
Antibody membrane lends a hand. (Molecule Sorting). Brief Article Jun 22, 2002 361
Rare find: odd type of ammonia detected in space. (Science News This Week). Brief Article Jun 8, 2002 385
Beyond Jell-O: new ideas gel in the lab. (This Week). Brief Article May 25, 2002 458
Minimotor: single molecule does some work. (This Week). May 11, 2002 403
Self-sutures: new material knots up on its own. Brief Article Apr 27, 2002 392
Membrane mastery: nanosize silica speeds up sieve. (This Week). Brief Article Apr 20, 2002 325
Toxic tools: frogs down under pack their own poison. Brief Article Apr 13, 2002 361
A field of diminutive daisies. (This Week). Brief Article Apr 6, 2002 160
Icy birth? Amino acids form in simulations of space ice. (This Week). Brief Article Mar 30, 2002 556
Biodiversity hot spots: top 10 sea locales make sobering list. (Science news: this week). Brief Article Feb 16, 2002 412
Making silicon naturally: chemists glimpse organic substance in plankton. (Science News This Week). Brief Article Jan 26, 2002 470
Detonating silicon wafers can ID elements. (Science News of the week). Brief Article Jan 19, 2002 419
New structure reveals catalysts' details. (Science News of the week). Brief Article Jan 12, 2002 448
Bonds make a sacrifice for tough bones. (Science News of the week). Brief Article Dec 15, 2001 436
Synthetic molecules mimic bone growth. (Science News of the week). Brief Article Dec 8, 2001 289
Chemists try for cleaner papermaking. (Science News of the week). Brief Article Nov 10, 2001 481
Researchers confirm sea change in oceans. Brief Article Nov 3, 2001 493
Bitter truth about beer comes to a head. Brief Article Oct 27, 2001 350
Nobel recognizes three for handy chemistry. (Science News of the week). Brief Article Oct 20, 2001 426
Chemistry. Brief Article Oct 13, 2001 106
New alcohol added to space-stuff catalog. Brief Article Oct 13, 2001 390
Molecules get microscopic bar code labels. Oct 6, 2001 526
Ceramics stretch for future applications. Brief Article Sep 22, 2001 464
Materials use nitric oxide to kill bacteria. Brief Article Sep 15, 2001 396
Feline stimulant fends off mosquitoes. Brief Article Sep 8, 2001 390
Chemists redesign natural antifreeze. Brief Article Aug 25, 2001 442
Chemical sensors gain true portability. Brief Article Aug 18, 2001 435
New method lights a path for solar cells. Brief Article Aug 11, 2001 449
Researchers take an element off the table. Brief Article Aug 4, 2001 454
Environment's stuck with nonstick coatings. Brief Article Jul 21, 2001 459
Titanium dioxide hogs the spotlight. Brief Article Jul 14, 2001 375
Ozone flares with fireworks festivities. Brief Article Jun 30, 2001 217
Chemists decorate nanotubes for usefulness. Brief Article Jun 23, 2001 525
Scientists get a handle on crystal shape. Brief Article Jun 16, 2001 476
Molecular Chemistry Takes a New Twist. Brief Article Jun 2, 2001 483
Designer surface proves deadly to bacteria. Brief Article May 26, 2001 386
San Jose hosts 2001 science competition. Brief Article May 19, 2001 592
Rocks May Have Given a Hand to Life. Abstract May 5, 2001 506
New device opens next chapter on E-paper. Brief Article Apr 28, 2001 480
Liver cells thrive on novel silicon chips. (Science News of the week). Apr 14, 2001 515
Scientists belt out a novel nanostructure. Brief Article Mar 10, 2001 495
Droplets string themselves together. Brief Article Feb 10, 2001 458
Science talent search announces finalists. Brief Article Feb 3, 2001 628
New technique makes water droplets sprint. Brief Article Jan 27, 2001 470
Backdated bubbles. Jan 20, 2001 265
Researchers stretch for improved surfaces. Brief Article Dec 23, 2000 359
Tiny tubes could ease eavesdropping. Brief Article Dec 9, 2000 288
Novel sensing system catches the dud spud. Brief Article Nov 25, 2000 481
Chemistry Catches Cocaine at Source. Brief Article Nov 18, 2000 448
Detailed yellow-bud research blossoms. Brief Article Nov 11, 2000 139
Crystal puts pressure on diamonds. Brief Article Oct 28, 2000 423
New work improves stainless steel surface. Brief Article Oct 21, 2000 474
Nobel prize recognizes future for plastics. Brief Article Oct 14, 2000 470
Titanium makes move toward mainstream. Brief Article Sep 23, 2000 366
Old Martian questions may have new answer. Brief Article Sep 16, 2000 451
Cathedral has weathered London's acid rain. Brief Article Sep 9, 2000 322
Additive gives improved mileage, less smog. Brief Article Sep 2, 2000 510

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